We routinely treat patients who have been affected by CMT, polio, cerebral palsy, stroke, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, or spinal cord injury. Our treatment includes evaluation, measurement, and/or casting of the affected part of the body.

Every orthosis is either custom made or custom fitted to provide the most effective treatment possible for the specific condition that is being addressed. At the time of delivery, you will be given specific application and use instructions for your particular orthosis. 


  • Foot orthoses and arch supports
  • Supramalleolar orthoses (SMO’s) for foot and ankle support
  • Ankle foot orthoses (AFO’s) for foot, ankle, and knee stabilization
  • Knee orthoses for stabilization of damaged knee ligaments, arthritis, etc.
  • Knee-ankle-foot orthoses (KAFO’s) for total leg support and stabilization
  • Hip abduction orthoses
  • Upper Limb Bracing
  • Spinal Bracing


  • Prostheses


    • Call to make an appointment
    • Fill out some basic paperwork
  • Orthotic Services

    YOUR First Appointment

    • Meet with one of our Certified Orthotists to discuss your goals
    • We will evaluate your needs and decide upon a plan of care
  • Pediatric Orthotic & Prosthetic Services

    Second  Appointment

    • A cast and/or measurements will be taken to ensure the orthosis you receive will fit and function properly
  • Pediatric Orthotic & Prosthetic Services

    Third Appointment

    • Depending upon your device, we may do a trial fitting on the same day and/or deliver your orthosis at this appointment
  • Pediatric Orthotic & Prosthetic Services

    Follow-Up Appointments

    • After you receive your orthosis, you will be scheduled for follow-up appointments as necessary to ensure continued fit, function and comfort.